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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi this is a turbo problem, i have the same issue if you remove the air filter pipe from the turbo and check the play on the axle you'll notice that it is way loose
Posted on Feb 04, 2011
either a belt or a chain there is no set number when it needs changed some fail before 10,000 and many go over 200,000 without any problems
Posted on Feb 23, 2015
SOURCE: GWM Steed 2008 2.8 diesel turbo. The common fuel rail started leaking. It was fixed. When idle it did not leak but when refs up it started leaking again. Think could be due to too much pressure.
It should not over pressurize as there is a pressure relief valve on the pump I would take it back to the mechanic who repaired the vehicle and ensure when the common rail was replaced that all high pressure lines where also replaced
Posted on Oct 28, 2015
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